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Goodson, Miller, Nero, Rice, and White face punishment after an internal investigation.
City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby defends efforts to bring charges against six officers.
Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson found not guilty of second-degree murder, other charges.
Prosecutors fail to earn a conviction in first two attempts to try officers in controversial case.
Maryland's highest court ruled that Porter must testify against all other officers charged in case.
Appeal hearing on witness testimony of fellow police officer could delay all six trials.
Key witness question remains as van driver faces second-degree murder charge.
Officer William Porter, whose first trial ended in a hung jury, will be retried in June.
Activists peacefully protest outside of courthouse and City Hall on Wednesday evening.
Police arresting protestors and emotions rising, as politicians urge demonstrators to keep the peace.
Judge declares mistrial; attorneys due in court tomorrow to discuss a retrial date.
No timetable on deliberation as city plans for protests.
Porter says it’s ‘untrue’ he failed to protect Gray’s life while in custody.
Presidential candidate calls for investment in urban communities, not mass incarceration.
Prosecutors allege William Porter “criminally negligent” in ignoring Freddie Gray’s pleas for help.
Douglas Colbert discusses juror selection, the prosecution’s burden, and his faith in the jury process.
A small but vocal group of demonstrators expressed concern about criminal justice issues in Baltimore and elsewhere.
Jury selection begins; courthouse demonstrations expected downtown.
City Circuit Court judge also issues gag order in cases.